Intermediate Digital Imaging


Spring 2002

Section 01 Mon/Thurs 2-3:50PM

Section 02 Tues/Fri 2-3:50PM







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Kathleen Ruiz, Assistant Professor of Electronic Art & Information Technology
email:   phone: 518-276-2539
office: West Hall G-05
office hours: Wed. 3-5 PM and by appointment

Tyler Jacobsen, Graduate Teaching Assistant
office:Digital Imaging Laptop Studio, West Hall 214

office hours: Wed 12-2

Student Mentor:
office:Digital Imaging Laptop Studio,
West Hall 214
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General Description

Intermediate Digital Imaging is a second level studio projects course exploring the use of computer technologies for augmenting and expanding creative thought in making visual art. The interplay between the observer, the observed, and the process of observation is explored. Through a series of short studies, students experiment with raster and vector based imaging, as well as establish practical knowledge of input and output techniques.This leads to a final project which activates public space. Innovation and experimentation are highly encouraged. Students expand their understanding of contemporary digital arts practice through readings, discussions, short lectures, and critiques.


Digital imaging is explored in terms of giving visual form to concepts about surveillance, truth and action in perception, identity, memory, movement and the potency of visualization in personal expression for private and public settings. In all projects the use of sound is encouraged if appropriate.


Prerequisite: ARTS-1020 or permission of instructor